Posts Tagged “software”
28 03 2010
28 03 2010
Imagina is a next-generation image viewer and editing tool. Based around 3D technology, it offers the finest viewing experience yet for Windows-based PCs. Developed by a graphics programming veteran with the sole intent of having one of the most satisfying and intuitive user interfaces around, you just won’t want to go back to anything else. We wanted Imagina to be a totally desirable image viewer, without being overly fussy or contrived. We also wanted it to be able to fix your pictures in all the most common ways you would want, as easily as possible, without ever having to leave the software. But the editing had to be good, really good, as only the very best results will do when it comes to your treasured photographs. We think we’ve succeeded on all counts, but don’t just take our word for it, let yourself be the judge …
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MuseScore is a free cross platform WYSIWYG music notation program, licenced under GNU GPL.
There are times when it is very useful to be able to create musical scores.
These include sending compositions to other musicians or as part of school work. Musescore can be used to record, edit and print MIDI music from a keyboard or other compatible instrument.
MIDI music is very versatile because the notes can be edited and used to produce musical notation as well as the audio. Musescore is a comprehensive editor for producing music in this way.
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19 01 2010
Welcome to Lucid Research
Screening and Assessment
Visual Stress (Meares-Irlen)
Online dyslexia test
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19 01 2010
Written in-conjunction with Mortimer Rhind-Tutt, Senior Music School Master at Millfield School in Somerset, the system has been written by Music Master Specialists with a passion for music.
The philosophy behind the development of the MSM system has been the same as that for all CJM software: usability and flexibility, and always tested at the sharp end, in school.
This is not just an administration system, but also, an active management system for every aspect of a music school. It provides relevant information for teachers and music administrators alike in the format that they want and need to see it.
With key members of the development team having direct experience of running a music department, this has directly influenced the design of the system to ensure that it covers all the key areas that a Music School Master would need to run a Music Department and much, much more.
Whilst we can describe the system in some detail, the ease of use and the flexibility only really becomes apparent when you have a look at the system.
Call us now on (01452) 857991 to arrange a full demonstration or contact us for more details through the contacts page of the web site.
CLICK HERE for more detailsTags: admin, BETT2010, manager, music, software, teaching, Website
04 01 2010
Free logo maker. 100% free! Intuitive and simple design interface allows you to create your own world class logo designs in just minutes. You will receive various electronic files for both web and print use including the vector source files. File formats include eps, png, jpg and tiff. You can save and download as many as 10 free logo designs at any one time.
Suppose your school or class has a new club and need a logo? Or perhaps your students are working on a publishing and/ or graphics project, this FREE online logo maker could be a solution for you. No download required, simply create your logo using an easy to use interface and then export your work as a ZIP folder, extract your work from the folder and then your artwork is ready to use.
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We present a system that composes a realistic picture from a simple freehand sketch annotated with text labels. The composed picture is generated by seamlessly stitching several photographs in agreement with the sketch and text labels; these are found by searching the Internet. Although online image search generates many inappropriate results, our system is able to automatically select suitable photographs to generate a high quality composition, using a filtering scheme to exclude undesirable images. We also provide a novel image blending algorithm to allow seamless image composition. Each blending result is given a numeric score, allowing us to find an optimal combination of discovered images. Experimental results show the method is very successful; we also evaluate our system using the results from two user studies.
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13 12 2009
FotoSketcher is a 100% free program which can help you convert your digital photos into art, automatically. If you want to turn a portrait, the photograph of your house or a beautiful landscape into a painting, a sketch or a drawing then look no further, FotoSketcher will do the job in just a few seconds.
Thanks to FotoSketcher you can create stunning images to make original gifts for your friends or relatives. Create birthday cards, season’s greetings stationary or simply print your work of art and hang it on the wall.
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13 12 2009
PhotoLapse is a freeware jpg to avi convertor. It will convert a jpg sequence into a, by codec compressed, movie. I created it for making timelapse movies of large sequences of jpg stills and couldn't find any freeware programs to do the trick the way i wanted it. PhotoLapse needs no installing nor does it modify your registry, just one executable.
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29 11 2009
Not everyone learns by reading books!
Often the best way is to watch someone else first.
Rather than having to put up your hand and wait for the teacher to show you how to do something, you can now find out for yourself.
Watch the recording, stop it, start it, rewind, fast forward. You can work at your own pace and see it as many times as you need.
Teach ICT.com provides a range of video tutorials which can be purchased, although many can be viewed online for free. A comprehensive set of scuh tutorials exist for MS Excel 2007.
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